Fall Fashion Lookbook: Out to Lunch

Fellow stay-at-home mommies, how often do you find the time to get out without the kiddies? I find that it has been quite the chore as of lately. It seems that the only time I can get out is to purchase groceries and other household items. Thankfully, I have been able to get out a few times to grab brunch or late lunches with my girlfriends and my best girl. And so I don't get stuck in that rut of just wearing sweatpants and tees, I make a habit of still dressing my personal best--even if I am just going to the local diner. Below are a few looks from my Fall Fashion Lookbook that have inspired my everyday or as I've been calling them, "out to lunch" looks.

Featuring the Mustard Pant
Mustard and red are two colors I've enjoyed incorporating into my fall looks.  And I'm just loving the red, mustard, and leopard print look paired together! The texture that the Charlotte Olympia suede heels and the Seven for All Mankind corduroy pants add to the look are perfect for the season. Throwing in a simple statement necklace, such as this Tory Burch dragonfly pendant, adds just a touch of personality to the mix. The eye makeup shown here with the classic red lip would go perfect with this look for me also!

Oxblood + Hearts
I have to admit, Oxblood is one color that I totally fell in love with last fall. It's no surprise that I would still be rocking it this fall-- from my tops, to my shoes, and even on my nails. Though this is a basic look that can easily be pulled together, I love what the statement making button-up adds to the look.

Out to Lunch
I love how warm and cozy this Fat Face Astrid cable back sweater is. Of course, warm and cozy things are something we love to dress up the most with in fall, right? Paring the sweater with these coral neon cigarette pants add to the classic feel of the look, while adding a fun splash of color to it also. And since I love the vivid color + leopard pairing, I just had to add this Dolce & Gabbana shoulder bag to the mix. I would probably wear my hair up in a high bun for this look too!


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